Watch movies and learn English at the same time by having this application display subtitles in English and your native language at the same time.
- Version :2.4.0
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :fleex.tv
fleex is an application designed to encourage you to learn english by watching movies and TV shows which are subtitled.
A straightforward interface
fleex displays a user-friendly interface which makes it accessible to all kinds of users and of all levels of experience when it comes to computers. Its main window has a slick design that showcases only the basic buttons needed to load a clip, navigate through it and change the subtitles.
There are no complicated settings to get lost through as the only things you can do is to shift the subtitles, increase or decrease the font size and choose the audio track of the clip.
Load your own subtitles
fleex offers support for a wide range of languages and allows you to easily load them. They can be ‘homemade’ or supplied by a well known source but for them to work, they need to be in .srt, .sub, .ssa or MicrodDvd formats.
You can load multiple subtitles for the same clip and in the same language so you can experiment with different ways of translation. For example you can load two subtitles that translate the same content but using either common or complex words, enabling you to learn english and enrich your vocabulary.
Navigate subtitle line by line
A really interesting feature about fleex is the fact that when you play a movie and you hover the mouse cursor just above the progress bar, you get to see two subtitles and the video is automatically paused so you can read the text in your native language as well as in english.
While paused, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate back or forward through the subtitles in case there was a longer exchange of words that you didn’t fully understand.
A practical and relaxing way of learning english
fleex can help you learn english as far as understanding and speaking it but grammar is out of the question. The only solution for that is to watch a series of documentaries about english grammar which come with subtitles in both english and your language.